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Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Primary School [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780415569439Publication details: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9780203833162
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Primary SchoolDDC classification:
  • 370.15/34 372.0114
LOC classification:
  • LB1060.2.C65 2011
Online resources:
Contents:
Front Cover; Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Primary School; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; How to Use this Book; Introduction; 1. The Secure Base: Attachment to Learning; Priorities in practice; The Hierarchy of Needs applied to a child's learning (Abraham Maslow); Classroom needs for a child to feel safe to function; The school as a role model; Bowlby - Attachment Theory; Expectations; Social referencing; Regulation; 2. Emotional Intelligence; The emotionally intelligent school; The triangle of effective learning; Self-efficacy
Behaviour consequences - pre-empting situations4. Experiential Drama; Social, emotional and academic learning; Experiencing and integrating positional drama; 5. Positional Drama; Another pair of shoes; The Positional Drama model outline; Positional drama: history template; Positional drama: creative writing template; Positional drama: studying literature; Positional drama: issue based; Issue-based model: bullying; The Story Web: a visual aid for understanding story structure and creative writing; 6. Exploring Games: Learning in Motion; Social interaction and building imagination
Emotionally literate leadershipA pedagogical dilemma!; The language of possibility; The passionate teacher; The inclusive classroom; Inclusion; Teaching styles; Thinking about your teaching style; Thinking about your support; 3. Teaching Vulnerable Children; Building resilience; Trauma; Triggers and avoidance; Hyper-arousal and the fight-or-flight response; Fight-or-flight response: visible effects; Fight-or-flight response: physiological effects; Behaviour in the classroom; Dissociation - the "invisible" child; Teacher "avoidance"; Controlling behaviour
Feelings cards (Years 2 to 6)Describing emotions; Building vocabulary; Applying feelings cards to stories; Model for understanding and writing about a character's emotions/feelings; Investigating emotions in a story (the "Feelings" Detectives!); Frozen episodes; Episodes in action; The living story board; Teaching emotional and reasoned responses; Sound-scapes (across year groups); Word-scapes (across year groups); Body mime; Experiential writing; 8. Strategies for Behaviour; Changing states; Holding the child's emotional anxiety; Rewind; The "yellow card"; The feelings square; Traffic lights
Rules for exploring gamesHigh stakes and belief - creating the motivation; The affirmation sandwich! - Supporting and growing confidence; Analysing - drawing the learning from the experience; Who are you?; What do you feel about [. . .] ?; Cooperation and non-verbal communication; The factory game 1; The factory game 2; Physical contact - the magic hand; Who am I? Name and action; Focusing and calming game; 7. Emotional Learning in Class Delivery; Expressing emotions; Feelings cards (Reception - Year 2); Model example; Feelings cards in teaching; Integrating the cards into activities
Ways to talk about controlling behaviour
Summary: Do you want to promote sociability and positive behaviour in your classroom?Is having an 'emotionally intelligent classroom' one of your teaching goals?Are you looking for ways to teach the curriculum more 'creatively'?Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Primary School is an essential text for supporting children's emotional preparation for learning in the long term, fostering the development both of self belief and permanent and crucial resilience.This book allows teachers to review their practice and approach to teaching and to re-as
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Front Cover; Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Primary School; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; How to Use this Book; Introduction; 1. The Secure Base: Attachment to Learning; Priorities in practice; The Hierarchy of Needs applied to a child's learning (Abraham Maslow); Classroom needs for a child to feel safe to function; The school as a role model; Bowlby - Attachment Theory; Expectations; Social referencing; Regulation; 2. Emotional Intelligence; The emotionally intelligent school; The triangle of effective learning; Self-efficacy

Behaviour consequences - pre-empting situations4. Experiential Drama; Social, emotional and academic learning; Experiencing and integrating positional drama; 5. Positional Drama; Another pair of shoes; The Positional Drama model outline; Positional drama: history template; Positional drama: creative writing template; Positional drama: studying literature; Positional drama: issue based; Issue-based model: bullying; The Story Web: a visual aid for understanding story structure and creative writing; 6. Exploring Games: Learning in Motion; Social interaction and building imagination

Emotionally literate leadershipA pedagogical dilemma!; The language of possibility; The passionate teacher; The inclusive classroom; Inclusion; Teaching styles; Thinking about your teaching style; Thinking about your support; 3. Teaching Vulnerable Children; Building resilience; Trauma; Triggers and avoidance; Hyper-arousal and the fight-or-flight response; Fight-or-flight response: visible effects; Fight-or-flight response: physiological effects; Behaviour in the classroom; Dissociation - the "invisible" child; Teacher "avoidance"; Controlling behaviour

Feelings cards (Years 2 to 6)Describing emotions; Building vocabulary; Applying feelings cards to stories; Model for understanding and writing about a character's emotions/feelings; Investigating emotions in a story (the "Feelings" Detectives!); Frozen episodes; Episodes in action; The living story board; Teaching emotional and reasoned responses; Sound-scapes (across year groups); Word-scapes (across year groups); Body mime; Experiential writing; 8. Strategies for Behaviour; Changing states; Holding the child's emotional anxiety; Rewind; The "yellow card"; The feelings square; Traffic lights

Rules for exploring gamesHigh stakes and belief - creating the motivation; The affirmation sandwich! - Supporting and growing confidence; Analysing - drawing the learning from the experience; Who are you?; What do you feel about [. . .] ?; Cooperation and non-verbal communication; The factory game 1; The factory game 2; Physical contact - the magic hand; Who am I? Name and action; Focusing and calming game; 7. Emotional Learning in Class Delivery; Expressing emotions; Feelings cards (Reception - Year 2); Model example; Feelings cards in teaching; Integrating the cards into activities

Ways to talk about controlling behaviour

Do you want to promote sociability and positive behaviour in your classroom?Is having an 'emotionally intelligent classroom' one of your teaching goals?Are you looking for ways to teach the curriculum more 'creatively'?Developing Emotional Intelligence in the Primary School is an essential text for supporting children's emotional preparation for learning in the long term, fostering the development both of self belief and permanent and crucial resilience.This book allows teachers to review their practice and approach to teaching and to re-as